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too, coming up. >> we have a new stall reported at the bay bridge toll plaza. maybe you can see those flashing lights just behind me. plus an accident on the san mateo bridge. the morning commute coming up. >> good morning. it's wednesday, october 17. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:00. [ overlapping speakers ] >> mr. president -- >> governor romney... >> let me finish. >> governor romney here's what we did -- >> the interruptions endless! the tension was evident as they paced and pointed. both candidates accused each other of lying and appealed to the moderator for more time in round 2 of the presidential debate. so who won last night's debate? it depends which side you ask. president obama's camp scored the debate a win for the president but say the race is still tight. >> some say it's the best
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debate ever. randall pinkston joins us from new york with the latest. >> reporter: from start to finish, it was a political slugfest. president obama and mitt romney clashing on a host of issues at times accusing each other of not telling the truth. it was a very different exchange from the first debate. reporter: president obama and mitt romney wasted little time going after each other in the second debate. >> there were a whole bunch of oil companies. >> i had a question. how much did you cut them by? >> you want me to answer? >> i'm happy to answer the question. >> reporter: in a snap poll of uncommitted voters 37% said president obama won the debate. >> the picture is becoming more clear as to how sort of sketchy all of the romney/ryan assertions are. >> reporter: romney comes out on top when voters were asked who would do a better job with the economy. >> i think a lot of undecided voters who tuned in tonight heard from the governor himself how he would perform as president of the united states.
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>> reporter: president obama can claim victory on the question of who would be better for the middle class. foreign policy played a key role in the debate when the question turned to the attack in benghazi, libya. >> it took the president 14 days before he called the attack in benghazi an act of terror. >> get the transcript. >> he did in fact, sir. so let me call it an act of terrorism. >> can you say that a little louder candy. >> reporter: democrats crowed about the moderator fact checking governor romney. >> why did they go to the talk shows to suggest it was the result of a mob reacting to a youtube video? >> reporter: the two candidates will have a chance to answer more questions on libya next monday at the third and final debate which is focused entirely on foreign policy. one of the things that romney did throughout the debate was to remind voters that president obama had failed to keep his campaign promises especially with respect to repairing the economy and president obama wrapped up his remarks by
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reminding voters that in a speech, romney had written off 47% of american voters. reporting live in hempstead, new york, i'm randall pinkston, back to you. >> thank you. i guess it doesn't matter who won. it matters if anyone was swayed. independent voters, have you heard anything on that? were people touched by this debate? is it going to make a difference? >> reporter: well, you know, it's too early to know. we have had a couple of snap polls one showing that president obama won the debate, the cbs snap poll 30% range. cnn stop? poll has it at 49%. but it's going to take time for all of the information to shall we say settle out for people to parse through what they said and what some of the fact checkers are finding out. there were shadings of truth. there were some outright contradictions. a lot of things to sort through. of course, there's also that nonquantitative aspect of any
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debate. how the candidates came through emotionally, what kind of impression they made. that's an intangible. and it's much too early to know what the polls are going to do about that. >> all right. randall pinkston live in new york, thank you. well, the national poll gave the president a 7-point edge for the debate. he fared much better in california. 56% said mr. obama won. 32% said governor romney won and 12% said it was a draw. the poll was conducted exclusively for eyewitness news. twitter users sent more than 7 million messages during the town hall style forum. the moments that generated the most responses included a question to romney about immigration. the president criticized romney on china and romney's response to a question about tax rates. be sure to check our exclusive presidential forum on cbssf.com every day. the candidates weigh in on a different issue every day. 6:04. hundreds gathered under the city hall rotunda in san
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francisco last night to remember ambassador chris stevens. ♪ [ music ] stevens was killed last month in an attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. among those at yesterday's memorial service were mayor ed lee and senator dianne feinstein. the libyan ambassador to the united states expressed his government's regret. >> we're very sorry. you send us one of your best diplomats but unfortunate will not be able to protect him. >> he said stevens was a good diplomat because he was interested in the lives of the libyan people. during the service has younger sister anne said his optimism inspired her to learn about the middle east. chris stevens of course a graduate of cal and grew up in piedmont and a good guy. i went to college with him. >> you were there at the service. >> i was there. i was really touched. his two sisters are doctors, his brother is a very good attorney.
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they both spoke. and a lot of laughter, george schultz former secretary of state, 92, got up there and just brought it all home. he was amazing. and the ambassador to libya, he was really -- >> chris was quite the character and his family -- >> chris was just a light up your smile kind of guy, just a really, really, really good guy and i had never met his family before but i was mighty impressed. it was a really nice tribute. let's check traffic and weather. >> a nice day ahead in the bay area. the temperatures are all over the map this morning. just the last hour it was 70 in fairfield. they received some gusty winds dropped down to 60 but still mild. 56 in san jose. 59 in san francisco. high pressure building in overhead. the offshore winds blowing. the fire danger will be elevated for most of the bay area although red flag warnings are going up for solano county in the sacramento valley where
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we are expecting stronger gusty winds there throughout the day. warm everywhere you go. usually in the 70s this afternoon, well, a lot warmer than that. 80s and low 90s by the afternoon. enjoy it going to see a couple of days of this. rain next week. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> towards the san mateo bridge, i mentioned an accident so it is going against the commute. it's in the eastbound lanes of 92 but it is an overturn accident. look, you can see sounds like emergency crews heading to the scene if you look at the right side. that's where you see those flashing lights. so again, the accident is block lanes in the eastbound lanes of 92 pretty close to the high- rise. again we're hearing a vehicle on its roof possibly injuries. so we'll let you know what is going on but it is likely causing delays leaving foster city and the peninsula heading towards hayward. elsewhere, bay bridge quick look here. no metering lights yet. we are seeing some delays in cash lanes and an earlier stall has been cleared.
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that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. overnight sections of an america's cup catamaran were towed back to shore. the 72-foot boat flipped over, drifted through the golden gate and broke up into pieces. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran reports. >> reporter: the team says this is a big setback for them. it appears their boat is a complete loss and today sailors will be reviewing data and tape to see what happened. you can see on this map right here just how far that boat drifted. the current pushed the catamaran past the golden gate bridge at least 7 miles out to sea. this whole thing happened at 3 p.m. when the racing yacht was in practice runs. that's when sailors said the back of the boat lifted up winds at 25 knots with the wind going one way and the sea another. the boat flipped. >> you learn a lot more if we hadn't done this. the team will come back stronger. we know how hard we can push it
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and the limits and, you know, what to do, safety-wise, how to get off and unharmed. >> reporter: this is the team's 8th day practicing on the bay and also the strongest tide of the year. the wind did major damage to the catamaran snapping up the 13-story tall wing into pieces. oracle team usa says this is the first major incidents with the newer longer boats. live in san francisco at pier 80, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> thank you. today consumer advocates plan to protest the choice of mediator for talks on the san bruno pipeline disaster. the state puc has chosen former senator george mitchell to guide negotiations between the state, pg&e and the city of san bruno over compensation. but that's being called a back room deal by the utility reform network. it cites the fact mitchell's law firm has represented major utilities before. the giants and cardinals back on today. game 3 of the national league championship series will kick off 1:00 our time.
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lots of people will be watching. >> we have a little baseball going on today. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec joins us with more on the giants as they get ready for another big afternoon of ball. take it away. >> reporter: even though the game is going on in st. louis today, 1:07, that doesn't mean at&t park is going to be quiet. this is where a lot of people come to cheer on the giants. the public house bar here and lawrence has been talking about what pay gorgeous day it is so between that and the game i think a lot of people will be calling out sick, for game 3 of the nl championship series. now, a lot of people still talking about this hit from monday. the cardinals' matt holliday colliding with marco scutaro. his hip and knee were strained. the giants were gearing up for the game yesterday. here's will clark former cardinal on playing at busch stadium. >> it was fun to play in front
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of them. it was fun to play in 2000 and the whole time i was there as a visitor, you know, they really appreciate good baseball. >> reporter: now, today pitcher matt cain is going to be on the mound. there has been some talk about retaliation because of that scutaro takedown. cain said he would not be afraid to throw inside against holliday. we'll see what happens when the game starts at 1:07. games 4 and 5 then also expected to be played -- or also will be played, actually in st. louis. and if there is a game 6 and 7, they will be played here at at&t park. anne makovec, cbs 5. >> lawrence said 90% chance of thundershowers. so there may be a delay. time now 6:11. a different way to dial. how calls in the south bay will change. >> new fallout for lance armstrong. he steps down from his charity
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now losing a major contract. >> and some nerves rattled in new england. the damage from a pretty good sized earthquake. some thought it was an explosion. when we come back. ,,,,,,,,
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friends and family out there. a 4.0 struck west of portland, maine last night. at first some thought it was a big explosion. it was felt as far away as boston and connecticut. there are reports of some minor damage including some cracks in a house. this is the second strongest quake in maine's history. experts say that's because of the east coast geology. the effects of earthquakes can be felt in an area 10 times larger than quakes of a similar size here on the west coast. today is the 23rd anniversary of of the loma prieta anniversary in northern california. at noon today san francisco's department of emergency management will hold a press conference in union square. officials there will commemorate the deadly quake that happened in 1989 and also encouraged participation in a drill tomorrow called the great california shake-out. 6:16. let's check the weather. it's going to be heating up more today. >> i know. 90 is that right? can we see you over there? >> i think we'll see 90s in the bay area even some 70s mid-
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70s at the coastline. so yes, today is going to be one of those gorgeous day where we have some major changes over the next 7 days. outside now, mostly clear skies. a little sea haze out there. temperature has been jumping all over the map this morning. 70s in fairfield dropped back down to 60. the air is warm above the surface and will mix down so everybody is warming up today but there are some big changes coming in our direction as we'll see the first major cold front and rain making its way into the bay area next week. right now fire danger high especially into the sacramento valley. red flag warnings, above 1,000 feet gusty winds to 30 miles per hour with low humidity combining with a hot temperature, causes high fire danger. traveling around the u.s. looking good. right out of san francisco, great today. you will see sunny skies about 82. around the country maybe some trouble spots into houston. slight chance of some showers there. in chicago, expect some thunderstorms. and by the way talking about the giants game today there's a
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90% chance of some thunderstorms there today. we could see some delays in that game. temperatures around the bay today looking good under sunny skies. 84 degrees in san jose. but look at the coastline. how about that? mid-70s into half moon bay. and pacifica. east bay temperatures 80s and low 90s. and inside the bay beautiful in san francisco, about 80 degrees this afternoon. 72 in daly city. and about 77 degrees in bodega bay. next couple of days, we'll keep the heat on and start to cool off late in the day tomorrow. more fog on the way for friday. cooler temperatures over the weekend and next week, yup, here comes that storm system maybe rain on monday and tuesday then maybe another storm right after that, elizabeth. >> here she comes, the storm door is opening. in the meantime, we're nice and dry outside but still following a couple of problem spots including across the san mateo bridge. it's going against the commute so probably not huge delays but eastbound 92 leaving foster city there is an overturn accident so at this point we are not hearing about injuries but the car is on its roof.
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so they are definitely possible. and in our last traffic report we saw an emergency crew in those westbound lanes heading to the scene. so again that's eastbound 92 right past the high-rise. let's go to our maps show you what else is going on westbound 580. first towards the bay bridge where they just turned on the metering lights at 6:11. so now we are seeing delays in those outer cash lanes and middle fastrak lanes. it's stacking up beyond the overcrossing. westbound 580 brake lights leaving the altamont pass. that's traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. back to you guys. >> thank you. new this morning, police in denver believe a fire at a bar was set to hide five murders. the fire was first reported in east denver at about 2 a.m. local time. four women and one man were found dead inside. the police chief says it appears the victim died of injuries not connected to the fire. and the five were likely the only people inside when the fire started. a mighty rough road ahead for lance armstrong.
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nike announced it is severing ties with the cyclist. the company says it's ending his contract with great sadness. nike cited insurmountable evidence that armstrong participated in doping and misled the company for more than a decade. usda has ordered 14 years of career results erased from the record books. also he announced he is stepping down from the live strong foundation a charity he started and raised millions for cancer. but big changes ahead. in just 3 days people in most of santa clara county will change the way they dial. the new 669 area code. people who currently have the traditional 408 numbers will keep the area code but everyone in the region will have to dial 1-plus the area code before the 7 digit number on all calls. did you get that? >> you do.
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we got cell phones. we're used to it now. >> it's hard getting used to all the area codes. 6:21. season saved. the new offer that could have the nhl players back on the ice next month. >> plus trouble in the water. oracle's catamaran capsizes in san francisco bay. what may have caused the accident. >> what's cool about your school? you can submit your number nation at our website, cbssf.com/coolschool. we may come out and feature school on the show so check it out. we'll be right back. ,, don't miss your chance to get sleep train's very best mattresses at the guaranteed lowest price. plus, pay no interest for 3 years
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the san jose sharks and the- h-l season on hold. negotiators for te some signs of hope regarding the player lockout that has the sharks and nhl
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season on hold. team owners' negotiators presented a new offer that for the first time calls for a 50/50 split of hockey-related revenue. the deal assumes the season starts november 2 with a full 82-game schedule. all games through next wednesday are canceled. >> they are playing baseball. giants getting ready for game 3, nlcs today in st. louis afternoon game. meantime how about the tyingers? they are one win away from capturing the american league pennant and sweeping the yankees right out of the play- offs. this guy was dealing last night. justin verlander taking a shutout into the 9th inning. and the tigers beat the yankees 2-1. new york starter phil hughes had to leave the game with a stick back. yankees are in trouble, game 4 set to go tonight in detroit. preseason basketball, chicago play of the day. the bulls' nate robinson the assister and the dunker would be that guy. that's jimmy butler the slammer. good for two. the play of the day. nba tops off in two weeks.
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warriors open up against memphis. >> good stuff. 6:25. coming up, she is accused of using her 10-year-old daughter to steal groceries. why the now infamous safeway mom said it was all just a bigamies understanding. >> plus, from energy to immigration, the candidates get feisty in the second presidential debate. who the polls say came out on top. >> oracle team usa's $10 million catamaran capsized in the bay. we'll tell you the conditions that caused some major damage. a little heat wave moving into the bay area. temperatures will be hot in spots. but there's also a chance of rain in the forecast. we'll tell you when coming up. ,,
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>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald
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captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, october 17. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:30. pieces of an america's cup boat that capsized in the bay and drifted into the ocean are now back onshore. >> that catamaran flipped over yesterday and now its wing is severely damaged reportedly beyond recognition. they will probably need a new boat. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is had he headquarters of team oracle which owns that boat with the latest. >> reporter: oracle team usa says this is the first major incident they have had with these newer longer 72-foot catamarans. but at the end of the day the good thing is that nobody was injured in the incident. this happened yesterday around 3:00. the team was doing training exercises and team leaders say they knew something was wrong when the back of the boat started to lift up and then they say winds were not in
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their favor. it was blowing in one direction and the current in the opposite and they tried to turn the boat. then the boat overturned along with some of the 13 crewmembers. >> creates a very steep wake and it's very easy to stick the noses in on the boat and capsizes occur. >> not sure what happened. and we'll have to review the data and the video. >> reporter: now, a few hours later that boat was completely in the water and the wing that's about 13 stories tall was thrashed along with the hull. if you take a look at the map you can see how far the current pushed the catamaran, past the golden gate bridge and at least 7 miles out to sea. the time now says this is a major setback for them but it is an important lesson that they will learn moving forward. america's cup says this won't affect the race schedule next year. cate caugiran, cbs 5. oakland officials are showing signs of a compromise in the face of a federal
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government takeover of the city's police department. phil matier reports oakland city council members are considering a plan to let an outside receiver take over opd's internal affairs division. a federal judge recently said the opd has taken took to implement changes that were part of a brutality lawsuit settlement. the saratoga man missing more than three weeks was found dead over the weekend. 32-year-old eric garcia was last seen at a party in san jose. a hiker found his body saturday on a trail in santa cruz county. investigators believe he was murdered. no word on the motive or suspect. garcia's harley-davidson motorcycle is missing. the mother accused of using her 10-year-old daughter to steal groceries is blaming her ex-boyfriend. investigators say 38-year-old marcy keelin and her daughter were trying to steal from a safeway in morgan hill. when caught she abandoned her daughter. keelin who was in court yesterday said she has always been a good mother. she told "san jose mercury news" it was her then boyfriend
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that left her daughter. she claims she was at a park with her son. it is 6:33. get you out the door with traffic and weather. are you ready for a heat wave? >> it could spark problems. >> it could. fire danger is going to be running high but only in solano county into the sacramento valley. it will be elevated around the rest of the bay area so be careful. what a gorgeous day it's going to be. clear over the bay waters, calm start to the day. we have seen winds in parts of the east bay but that's about it so far. temperatures now running mainly into the 50s. by the afternoon, these numbers soaring under high pressure and a strong ridge settling in overhead and high fire danger in the delta and central valley. numbers look like this, 80s in morgan hill, 84 san jose, east bay in the 80s and 90s. but this is where it gets fun as you start to approach the coastline those down slope winds heating things up, even 80 degrees in san francisco. about 84 in oakland. and right out at the beach elizabeth i think that's a good place to go, those temperatures up into the mid-70s.
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looking good. >> love it. enjoy it while it lasts. unfortunately, things also heating up in traffic especially across the san mateo bridge. we are seeing delays. a traffic alert has been issued for the eastbound lanes of 92 approaching the high-rise. we have a car with an overturn accident. the passengers were able to get out of the vehicle. two lanes remain blocked, however. and fire crews are blocking the median on the westbound side of the bridge in the commute direction. both directions of the san mateo bridge may be impacted with worst delays on the eastbound side leaving foster city. a quick check of the maps word of a new accident coming up the guadalupe parkway. so this is in san jose. northbound 87 approaching curtner one lane is blocked. multi-vehicle crash. the rest of the south bay free and clear still moving at the limit. that is traffic. back to you guys. it was touted as a town hall style debate and at times felt more like a shouting or boxing match. it was crazy. president obama, mitt romney
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really going after it showing a lot more passion than they did in their first debate and cbs news reporter randall pinkston joins us live from hempstead, new york, with reaction from round number 2. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there was a very contentious debate last night. president obama and mitt romney went at it on a host of issues at times saying that the other wasn't telling the truth. it was a very different exchange from the first debate. president obama and mitt romney wasted little time going after each other in the second debate. >> there were a whole bunch of oil companies -- >> i had a question and the question was, how much did you cut them by? >> you want me to answer? >> i'm happy to answer the question. [overlapping speakers] >> reporter: in a snap poll of uncommitted voters 37% said president obama won the debate. >> the picture's becoming more clear as to how sort of, uhm, sketchy all of the romney/ryan assertions are. >> reporter: romney comes out
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on top when voters were asked who would do a better job with the economy. >> i think a lot of those undecided voters who tuned in tonight heard from the governor himself how he would perform as president of the united states. >> reporter: president obama can claim victory on the question of who would be better for the middle class. foreign policy played a key role in the debate when the question turned to the attack in benghazi, libya. >> it took the president 14 days before he called the attack in benghazi an act of terror. >> get transcript. >> he did in fact, sir. so let me call it an act of terrorism. >> can you say that a little louder candy? >> reporter: democrats crowed about the moderator fact checking romney. romney's team maintains the governor was correct. >> why five days after the attack, four days later, send the u.s. ambassador out to the sunday talk shows to suggest that it was not that, it was the result of a spontaneous mob reacting to a youtube video? >> reporter: the two candidates will answer more questions on libya on monday at the third and final debate which is focused entirely on foreign policy. but this was the only debate
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where the public had an opportunity to ask questions and in that cbs news snap poll, 55% of uncommitted voters said they thought president obama had answered their questions, nearly as many 49% said they thought mitt romney was responsive. reporting live in hempstead, new york, i'm randall pinkston. back to you. >> randall, it was certainly compelling to watch this debate and they were trying to appeal to the undecided voters. do you think they were a little too aggressive and maybe turned some people off? >> reporter: of course, i wouldn't be the one to make that judgment. we'll be finding out what undecided voters and all voters think about this debate on election day. let's point this out. that president obama after his first debate had to come back strong. what he was doing to try to get votes was to re-energize the base. that job was begun last week by vice president joe biden. he was accused of being too aggressive, too interrupting too often. but the democrats loved it. and there may have been a turnaround in the polls for the
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democrats or at least a stopping of the loss of support. for governor romney, he had a strong performance the first debate. he had a strong performance last night. and, of course, they are hoping to keep the momentum going. what happens in the days leading up to the election, we'll see. >> we'll see what happens in round 3 with bob schieffer from cbs news in the third debate. thank you, randall pinkston. while the national poll gave the president a 7-point edge in the debate, he fared better in california, a democratic state. 56% said the president was the clear winner. 32% felt romney won while 12% called it a draw. the poll was conducted by surveyusa exclusively for eyewitness news. >> so who do you think won a second presidential debate and why? we want to thank janet for chiming in. she said, if i wanted to watch people argue, i'd rather watch the real housewives of new jersey. comment on facebook or twitter, or email us at
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mornings@cbs5.com. so she apparently did not like it. >> it is a debate, though. the santa clara 49ers stadium isn't even finished yet but it's already getting close to being awarded a super bowl. kcbs radio's matt bigler is down in santa clara where they are cautious with excitement around the mission city right now. i think it looks good. what do you think, matt? >> reporter: well, there's a lot of optimism. it's hard to believe that the super bowl -- the super bowl could be played right here in santa clara in just a couple of years especially since as you mentioned the 49ers stadium is still under construction. you can see the steel beams illuminated by lights this morning. workers hard at work even before dawn to make sure this thing gets completed on schedule. yesterday we did find out that san francisco is in the running, is a finalist for the 2016 or the 2017 super bowls. the city obviously would host the super bowl. it would host the events of the super bowl. but it would be played right here in santa clara.
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this morning we talked to santa clara mayor jaime matthews and he said that even though san francisco is behind this bid, his city stands to benefit greatly. >> it's a great deal for sunnyvale, mountain view, milpitas, all the cities around here because there will be lots of exciting things going on to celebrate coming to the bay super bowl coming to the bay for the first time in 25 years. this is a great team to showcase everything that the bay area has to offer from the golden gate to silicon valley. >> reporter: a 2010 study by beacon economics found that a super bowl would generate between $300 million and $500 million for the host city. that's people staying in hotels, eating out in restaurants, and having parties that sort of thing. this is not a done deal. the final decision will be made next may. nfl owners will be making that decision. san francisco is competing against miami for the 2016
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super bowl. and if they lose that bid, they will compete against houston for the 2017 super bowl. obviously, the first choice is 2016 because that would be super bowl l. roman numeral l. and by all accounts that will be an epic event. live in santa clara, i'm matt bigler for cbs 5. >> thank you. the san francisco giants are in solution today where they will play game 3 of 5 of the national league championship series. the team worked out at busch stadium last night after arriving there. marco scutaro is doing bet after st. louis slugger matt holliday plowed into him in game 2 in the 1st inning. >> it feels better. >> you heard from the guy himself. he is expected to play game 3 at 1:00 p.m. in st. louis today.
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a puppy stolen interest a bay area spca. why the dog's health could be at risk because of the crime. >> need more motivation to get to the gym? this deer apparently doesn't. check out the video coming up next. >> and the market opened about 10 minutes ago. let's take a check of the early numbers on this wednesday. not so good. we'll crunch the numbers with kcbs moneywatch reporter jason brooks next. check out this video from sh
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fitness surveillance camera caught a deer ru on. check this video from south carolina. the anytime fitness surveillance camera caught a deer running into the front door. the manager heard a large boom and thought some equipment had
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fallen over. and this driven deer wasn't giving up. it came back for another attempt before finally giving up. it wanted to work out. lawrence has another theory. but we're know going there. >> it's mating season. maybe it saw its reflection and thought it was a rival deer. right? >> that's not what you said a few minutes ago. >> that's what i said! [ laughter ] around the bay area, mostly clear skies to start out the day. the temperature is not too bad mainly in the 50s to the coastline. this afternoon what a day it's going to be. beach weather. 70s at the coast. you will see 80s inside the bay low 90s in some of the valleys. so yeah, enjoy it. the mini heat wave setting in today. those offshore winds will be blowing. fire danger is going to be elevated for most of the bay area. the biggest concern will be towards solano county. red flag warnings going up at 7 a.m. into the sacramento valley. expecting some gusty winds there to 30 miles per hour. hot temperatures and very low humidity going to give rise to some of the fire danger there. still, we are looking at some fantastic temperatures outside. boy, what a great day to get
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out there and enjoy. about 84 degrees in san jose. how about the coastline? mid-70s into half moon bay and pacifica. about 83 degrees in hayward. 80s and low 90s well inland. inside the bay a good day to get outdoors if you can. 48 in oakland. 80 in san francisco. next couple of days, the heat is on. 84 in oakland today. maybe fog returning to the coast on thursday afternoon. more fog and cooler temperatures friday and guess what... next week, we have a chance of the first significant storm to move through the bay area this season,listt elizabeth? >> eastbound 92 against the commute rollover accident the car is on its wheels now. tow crews are out there. look at the backup on the san mateo bridge. this is in the eastbound lanes of 92. this is traffic leaving the peninsula leaving foster city towards hayward. but yeah, it is brake light
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central across the stretch. the passengers apparently were able to get out of the vehicle so we are not hearing about huge delays. now, this is a view from the ground just past the toll plaza. looks like westbound 92 is impact by the accidentas well especially at the high-rise. it is causing people to stare at the accident. traffic alert in effect for the san mateo bridge. metering lights turned on the bay bridge around 6:15. back to you guys. >> thank you. looks like a slow start on wall street. all the indices not in the right direction. here's jason brooks with kcbs
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and cbsmoneywatch.com. >> good morning. a little selling at the start but that's coming off of two very strong days for the market. the best back-to-back days in over a month. we are getting further encouragement from homebuilders though. commerce department reporting that housing starts in september rose 15% over the august level and at the highest rate in over four years seeing strong work across single- family home construction of 12%, apartment buildings up 25% and building permits up 12%. so that's a good sign that activity will continue. apple will unveil an ipad mini at an event next tuesday. we have heard that an event was expected. the screen 7.5" compared to the larger one on the ipad apple with another little thing to
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show off. microsoft pricing its surface tablet at $499 the same price as the entry level ipad 3. wall street is falling. got the price word from the tech secretary tore sector. intel and others with stock falling. dow down by 32 right now. nasdaq down by 2. s&p up by 1. intel down 3%. ibm right now giving up 4.5%. back to you guys. >> thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." >> gayle king joins us now from new york. good morning, gayle. >> reporter: i was listening to you talking about the small ipad. who is getting that? >> i'm in. >> i don't know. >> reporter: it's so much stuff i can't keep up. hello, frank and michelle. we'll ask vice president joe biden and congressman paul ryan about the heated debate. some say it was a doozy
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including the confrontations over women and the attack in libya. also lifting google's veil of secrecy. an inside look at one of the fiercely guarded areas that collect all searches. the rare footage of the rolling stones hardly ever seen. look at mick jagger. we'll have it today starting on cbs news this morning at 7:00. see you then. >> thank you. "cbs this morning" starts at 7:00. mountain view is blocking a new chik-fil-a restaurant. last night the city council voted 4-2 to deny permission. two different groups filed objections against an earlier decision to allow the project to go forward. one group cited the fast food chain's support of traditional marriage. another opposed more drive throughs like the one chik-fil-
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a was planning. thieves hit a museum in the netherlands making off with works of art with people like monet, picasso and matisse. the stolen goods are worth hundreds of millions. rotterdam police don't know how it happened. they say officers arrived just five minutes after the alarm was sounded. the spca is trying to find a 10-week-old puppy stolen from a shelter in san francisco. the puppy named violet was taken yesterday afternoon. the terrier is still healing from being spayed and the hasn't received all her vaccinations. >> she should not be walking around outside and she should not be socializing with unvaccinated dogs. it's very important for her safety. >> there is a $500 reward for violet's safe return. 6:52. some trouble in the san francisco bay. >> oracle team usa's $10 million boat capsized into the bay's waters. we'll tell you the dangerous
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6:56. it's on the road again today for president obama and mitt romney after a spirited debate on new york's long island. the town hall style format in a more aggressive president led to some verbal sparks last night at hofstra university. most polls of undecided voters gave the president a slight edge this time. but it could be a few days before pollsters determine how it might affect people's votes. the next debate is monday in boca raton, florida. and today the crew of that america's cup boat that capsized will try to figure out
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exactly what happened there. pieces of the boat now back onshore. that boat by the way cost $10 million. >> cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is at pier 80 the headquarters of team oracle. >> reporter: good morning. the team says this is a huge setback for them. their boat is basically a complete loss. so what they are going to do today is review data and video to see exactly what went wrong. you can take a look right now just how far that boat drifted on this map. crews brought up what was left of it just a few hours ago. the current pushed the boat past the golden gate bridge 7 miles out to sea. that happened yesterday around 3 p.m. when the racing outfit was doing practice runs. sailors say the back of the boat started to lift up and winds at 25 knots were going one way, the current another. and as they tried to turn the boat it went into the water. not to mention the wind did major damage to the catamaran snapping up that 13 story tall wing into several pieces. now, the oracle team usa says
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this is the first major incident they have had with the newer and longer 72-foot catamaran. we are live at pier 80 in san francisco, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> i think they might need a new boat. >> think they might need to practice a little more. i think so. got to get used to the winds on the bay. >> i got oracle on line one. what a nice start to the day. calm over the waters right now. looking good as we sail through the day. lots of sunshine coming our direction. temperatures in the 50s and the 60s in many spots although santa rosa dropping down to 48 degrees right now. by the afternoon 90s into the valley. mid-70s at the beaches. 80 san francisco. next couple of days fantastic. then we start to cool down on friday. more cooling possibly wet as we head into the beginning of next week. how about that. >> okay. sounds great. let's go towards the san mateo bridge. chp is telling folks to stay away from the san mateo bridge right now. we are following a rollover crash still blocking two lanes
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of eastbound 92 so it is going against the commute where traffic is typically lighter but we are already seeing big delays. that's the view from chopper 5. let's go to the ground now. and you can see it's also causing some delays on westbound 92. no lanes are blocked in the commute direction. but this is just spectator slowing. slowing down as they approach the accident scene. okay. i'm done. that's it. there's an accident on the guadalupe parkway northbound 87. so a few delays there. >> all right. [ laughter ] >> take a breath. some sick calls in the bay area today? >> i think a few. that's because the giants they take on the cardinals in game 3. >> is there a game today? >> team worked out at busch stadium last night. after they arrived, marco scutaro doing better after st. louis slugger matt holliday plowed through him in game 2. scutaro expected to play today. he will be at second base. game time 1:00. >> chance of some rain delays. 90% of some thunderstorms. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com